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Anth. of Biosafety XII: Managing Challenges for Safe Operations of BSL/ABSL-3 Facilities
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Chapter 1: Strategies for Coping with Multiple Biological Safety Regulations in High- Containment Laboratories, Chapter 2: Reports, Legislation, and the Policy Process: Biosecurity and the Select Agent Program, Chapter 3: Biological Risk Assessment, Chapter 4: Laboratory Emergencies and the Incident Command System: A Brief Introduction to Roles and Responsibilities, Chapter 5: Laboratory Biosafety Competency Development for the BSL-2, -3, and -4, Chapter 6: Validation of Non-Traditional Containment Equipment, Chapter 7: Joint Perspectives on Managing a High-Containment Facility: Principal Investigator and Biosafety Personnel, Chapter 8: Training & Staff Management in the Midst of the 2009 A(H1N1) Influenza Virus Outbreak, Chapter 9: Biosecurity Considerations for Containment Laboratories: Example of a Public University System, Chapter 10: Laboratory Exposures to Botulinum Toxin: Review and Updates of Therapeutics for the Occupational Health Provider, Chapter 11: An Innovative Approach to Controlling Waste Water in a Bio-Containment Laboratory, Chapter 12: Energy Efficiency Considerations in BSL-3 and ABSL-3 Laboratories, Chapter 13: Greening Biosafety Laboratories, Chapter 14: Biocontainment Considerations for Agricultural Animal Species, Chapter 15: Partnering with Communities for Biosafety’s Sake, Chapter 16: Disaster Planning for Animal Biocontainment Facilities